An app that bundles all the MenuBar Items that fill up that space into a dropdown menu.
It cleans up your Menu and, especially on smaller displays like on the MacBook Air this is great!.
The app costs 7,50$ and a free trial is available
Dragging and dropping is a great way to get stuff done on your Mac, but DragonDrop makes it even better. DragonDrop lets you set down what you're dragging, leaving you free to find your destination without worrying about keeping the mouse button held down.
Adobe today released their New CS6 Creative Suite. I try to download and buy software on a two-version year cycle, so Aperture 1 and then 3, or in this Case I bought CS4 as a student, and I've been holding off buying CS5 for quite a while now.
The reason? Well, the features are great and made me download the beta's for my finals (content aware fill is a life saver when making photocollages), but the price is pretty steep for someone in their early twenties. Paying up to 2500euros at once is not really feasable.
But with Adobes new Create Cloud Offering, the whole CS6 became really affordable. For 30euro/month I not only enjoy the entire Master Collection + adob's new cloud offerings, but also have the latest version like, always, and never nee dto worry about hacks, illegal serials or software that crashes before a deadline withourt any support.
I really like this kind of subscription based software. You pay when you use it, enjoy the software always up to date and instead of paying the full amount at once, you can spread the costs.
Autodesk does this for AutoCAD, and now adobe follows that line. Me like!
Cocoa Box’s Penultimate, the beautifully simple handwriting app for iPad, has been one of our favorites pretty much since it came out two years ago, so we’re very thrilled to announce that we’ve acquired the company and that Penultimate is now part of the Evernote family! - Source
The LEGO company started in 1932 when Ole Kirk Christiansen, a Danish carpenter, almost went bankrupt. During a depression, he had lost so much carpentry business that he started making wooden toys and selling them from his workshop. Two years later, he named his company LEGO.
In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt called an emergency summit at the White House, alarmed, as the historian John Sayle Watterson writes, “that the brutality of the prize ring had invaded college football and might end up destroying it.”
Our devices are well connected virtually, through services like DropBox or iCloud. Those offer wireless synchronization for data, but the devices that contain this data still miss a tangible connection. I thought that a representation of a physical connection would facilitate a more intuitive interaction based on traditional mental models from the physical world.” - Ishac Bertran
Spotify today released it's lang-awaited Spotify for iPad application. The app, a free update of the original requires a premium account to work, and is fully retina-optimised.
Just as the previous iPhone only version, the application is playslist based. It provides a very clean list view of all your music lists, navigation is page based, similar to the Facebook or Twitter applications.
Aside from this swiping-navigation interface, there's also a very nice fullscreen view which focuses on the currently playling app with easy useable controlbuttons.
A nice update and a must have if you're currently using Spotify and have an iPad.